After a year off, Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead is opening back up to the public this spring. Parents and grandparents can now breathe a bit easier. Here is what you can expect this year when heading out to the farm.
Tickets will need to be purchased in advance this year. Timed entry will be in place this year to limit crowd sizes.
Masks need to be worn by all guests 5 and older when social distancing isn’t possible. For example restrooms, lines, and any time indoors.
Modifications have been made this year to keep everyone safe. There will still be ways to feed these famous baby goats, but visitors won’t be allowed in the pens.
Unfortunately, the ponies aren't going to be able to offer their services this year. Similar high-contact areas such as the dairy barn movie theatre, red wagons, the photo parlor, and pedal tractors will all be unavailable this year.
Days & Hours
Deanna Rose will be open beginning May 4th. Hours this year will be from 10a-4p, Tuesday-Sunday.
Looking for more info? Head to Deanna Rose’s website to get any new information as it is released.
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